Tabloid is considered one of Canada's earliest news shows. It had news
reports, commentaries, interviews, weather reports, and reviews. News
sources include BBC, Canadian Forces, Movietone, and United Press
International. Since it was first broadcasted in 1953, Dick MacDougal
hosted the show but when he died in 1958, he was replaced by Max
Ferguson. Ferguson was the show's host till 1960 when it was renamed
Seven-O-One. The TV program was produced by Ross McLean's who coined the
catchphrase "Facts with Fun" that reflects the show's "infotainment"